Depending on your project, you might need to run the latest version of the .NET Core SDK on your hosted build agent. Hosted agents are pulled from the VSTS hosted pool. With great flexibility comes great responsibility, so the build agent has some limitations when it comes to picking the software that needs to be deployed.
As we released the Visual F# documentation as open-source, one thing stood out as a challenge that needed to be tackled – content validation. There could be several things we could do, such as integrating extra validation rules in the build system or building a GitHub bot. I thought that as a learning experience, I will go the bot route. This post explains how I worked this problem.
There might be several scenarios under which you need to make sure that certain published posts are hidden on your Ghost Blog landing page. Out-of-the-box this is not yet supported, but luckily there is an easy way to implement this restriction.
Gone are the days when you no longer have to worry whether you want to fetch a website through HTTPS. No matter whether you are handling private information or not, there is no excuse to have a site residing in plain HTTP land. That said, this tutorial assumes that you, the reader, already have some knowledge as to why HTTPS is necessary. If not, a cursory search will yield thousands of articles you can read through.